Kea Professorship

Paul H. Kea, one of the first two licensed architects in Maryland, and his wife Grace established the Kea Distinguished Professorship in Architecture in 1967. This professorship has played an important part in the life of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation by recognizing eminent practitioners and scholars. Kea Professors serve as critics and lecturers in the Architecture Program. They bring unique perspectives from practice and/or academia that enhance the academic experiences of students and faculty colleagues.

Fall 2014

Senior Partner, FXFowle

Fall 2013

Founder and President, The Freelon Group

Spring 2010

Principal, Ayers Saint Gross Architects and Planners

Fall 2009

Founding Partner, Ziger/Snead Architects

Spring 2009

Partner, Kliment Halsband Architects

Fall 2008

Partner, Caprioglio Associati

Spring 2008

Professor Emeritus

Spring 2007

Founder, MLVA